Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Iran: more February 13 2013

In the prison of Arak were on February 12 februari 2 men hanged.
The men, A. M. (29) and R. M. (44) are convicted for possessing 1014 grams of crack and 1717 grams of heroin.
According to Fars is a not named man scheduled to be hanged publicly in Tehran today, he is convictee for murdering two girls.

The journalist Mohammad Davari had suffered a heartattack in Evinprison, after hearing the news of his brother’s death.
His brother died last week and he was informed of it yesterday by some prison visitors.
Davari has been in jail for the past three years and has not been given a day of furlough in all that time.He was transferred to the prison infirmary and later sent to Modarres Hospital.

Committee of Human Rights Reporters reports  that Kurdish journalist Adnan Hassanpour has spent 7 years in prison, making him the longest standing prisoner among journalists.
He is serving his sentence in Sanandaj prison, deprived of his legal right to furlough, without a single hour of release during these years.

When Kokab and Narges Mousavi , two of Mir Hossein Mousavi’s daughters were interrogated in Evinprison a high level security official also reportedly threatened Mousavi’s son-in-law by phone.
He was told that all his activities are under surveillance by Iran’s security apparatus.
He also was told that in addition to Nargez and Zahra Mousavi, Kokab his eldest daughter was also going to be summoned to Evin court and they were all to be charged with spreading lies.
Zahra Mousavi stated to Kalemenieuws that the possible causes for the events that occurred yesterday is that in order to cover up the recent infighting in parliament, the ruling establishment was in need of a fresh news cycle as we approach February 14th (the anniversary of the detention of the leaders of the Green Movement).


In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.

A child will be hanged to death.


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